Visions from the Land: Pop-Up Events

Charles Stately holding an embroidered towel in his shop

As part of the “Visions from the Land: Native Interpretations” exhibit, visitors are also invited to a series of pop-up events featuring Indigenous artists and organizations from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. on select weekends at the Arboretum. The show's co-creator, Gordon Coons, will also be on-site giving tours of the exhibit each weekend. 

Date and Time

March 25-26 | Charles Stately

Pop-up events run from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.


Reedy Gallery 
Oswald Visitor Center


These events are included with general daily admission; $15 for ages 16 and older; free for ages 15 and younger. Indigenous peoples receive waived general daily admission to the Arboretum when making a reservation by calling 612-301-6775.

General Daily Admission


Learn more about each pop-up weekend below. 

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March 25-26 | Charles Stately

Charles Stately of the Red Lake Ojibwe Tribe owns Woodlands Crafts Gift Shop and will share his crafts of traditional bead and leather work. He enjoys sharing his culture and traditions with all people. Stop by between 11 a.m.–2 p.m. March 25-26 in the Oswald Visitor Center.

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